|Forum: New To Web Development|
|Displaying Topics 1 - 40 (31 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: reverse|
|1:|| The Importance of Page Titles|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the value and best use of page titles."
|Apr 2, 2010|
|2:|| Turning Ideas into a Website|
Indepth article: "A great idea can lead to a great website, but only if its properly developed and deployed. Development doesn't just involve building a site, it involves every stage in the process from having the idea to uploading the finished product. Every stage is important and in theory could be "make or break" for your site/project."
|Mar 27, 2010|
|3:|| New To Web Development: How To Build Your First Website|
"Building a website and getting it on the Internet involves a number of different processes."
|Oct 17, 2009|
|4:|| Beginners Guide to Website Marketing 2009|
"A lot of the information contained within those original posts is to a greater or lesser extent still very much applicable today, but I thought it was time to revisit the topic and bring them right up to date."
|Feb 3, 2009|
|5:|| The Cynic's FAQ: October 2008||Oct 31, 2008|
|6:|| Best Practice: Protecting WordPress Against Hackers||Oct 25, 2008|
|7:|| How Do Search Engine Robots Work?|
Questions and Answers
|Aug 30, 2007|
|8:|| Site Redesign SEO 101: How to Stay In The Search Engines|
"How can I redesign a website without losing traffic and search engine ranking?"
|Aug 13, 2007|
|9:|| How Do Search Engine Robots Work?||Jan 8, 2007|
|10:|| Do Small Businesses Need A Website?|
"There are many businesses that simple do not believe in the web as a business tool. A website does not have to sell your products, it can be used simply to let potential customers know you are there. For small businesses particularly those that rely on a local customer base this can be an invaluable source of additional customer enquiries."
|Aug 14, 2006|
|11:|| Ground Up Redesign Check List With SEO Best Practices In Mind|
"... things that usually need improving when undertaking a redesign project for relatively small companies or individuals."
|May 8, 2006|
|12:|| Getting Started With My First Site||Mar 14, 2006|
|13:|| The Five P's of Effective Web Development|
Purpose, People, Personality, Presentation and Performance - five factors that can move a web developer toward a coherent final product.
|Feb 3, 2006|
|14:|| Building for the User and the Search Engines|
Building a site that has enough user-oriented aspects to retain and satisfy your users yet still be able to hold its own in the search engines.
|Jan 15, 2006|
|15:|| Inspiration to Get Involved in Web Development|
"After seeing threads where people are asking other webmasters "how much do you make" I've been compelled to make this post... WebmasterWorld is largely responsible for what I have learned and the success I have attained so hopefully this post will "give something back", like inspiration if nothing else."
|Jan 7, 2006|
|16:|| Building a "Simple" Hobby Website|
"I was amazed at how many different programs and webservices I then had to figure out just to make the 'plumbing' work. For each of these, I had to research the alternatives and make a choice"
|Jan 1, 2006|
|17:|| One year old large info site but only 150 visits a day|
"I run a very large content site in a very competitive field that is now one year old. Our content is unique and well written but most of our referrals still come from google image search. The site receives only 150 visits a day on average and has shown no real growth for three months."
|Dec 12, 2005|
|18:|| How to get started on your first website|
"Well the other day I found out from a friend that his sister in law made TONS of money with her website and I decided I just wanted to see how it all worked."
|Nov 3, 2005|
|19:|| How to get started on your first website||Nov 2, 2005|
|20:|| Should I use an HTML editor or stick with Notepad?|
"During the last two weeks, with much assistance from this site as a lurker, I have managed to find a domain name, register it, get it re-directed to the free 5mb that my ISP provides, write a very small html page in notepad and get it into the ISP's 5mb space."
|Oct 17, 2005|
|21:|| Setting up a Home Test Web Server|
"Your test server can contain all of the features of your production server (in most cases) for example you can install Mysql, PHP and perl to let you test and debug your scripts and code. On Windows servers you can also install ASP for example to let you test your asp/asp.net coding."
|Sept 7, 2005|
|22:|| Planning New Niche Site|
"I'm planning a new site... ...and I would like some advice so I start on the right foot."
|July 29, 2005|
|23:|| Keeping Visitors on Your Website|
"...When designing a website it is very important to make information as easy to locate as possible. There are just so many sites after your traffic that it is critically important to convert as many visits as possible."
|July 18, 2005|
|24:|| Designing a New Website That Plans for High Growth Rates|
"It's probable that anyone building a new website, business or hobby for that matter, has a subject for the site in mind, and that they have at least some kind of goal in mind, perhaps increased sales."
|May 9, 2005|
|25:|| Web Hosting From Home|
Having your web site on your desktop 24x7 is the quiet little dream that has been building since the bygone days of the BBS era. In a classic thread, Mack takes us through the ins-outs of running a box from home.
|Apr 27, 2005|
|26:|| Attacking Code Bloat|
I've done everything I can think of to reduce my html code size. Where to next?
|Dec 30, 2002|
|27:|| Selected Content - The Best of WebmasterWorld||Sept 10, 2002|
|28:|| Newcomer's Guide||Sept 9, 2002|
|29:|| What´s Next?|
"...I want to become a professional Webmaster but I don´t know what my next step is."
|July 26, 2002|
|30:|| Web Site Usability 101|
"a few tips for beginners..."
|July 12, 2002|
|31:|| Webmastery 101 Basic Skill Set|
"What did you wish you knew starting out?"
|June 6, 2002|